in need of some reggae/rock

Discussion in 'Music' started by natureslaze, Aug 15, 2005.

  1. natureslaze

    natureslaze Member

    i am expanding my music colection and have found myself listening to alot of the few punk/reggae i have such as too rude, (NOFX-ya i guess they have regga), skindred but i only have some of there music, aside for nofx, but i wish to listen to like original reggae and find some new rock/reggae. so give me some bands to try
    Ps. yes i have bob marley
     
  2. _chris_

    _chris_ Marxist

    dennis brown has done some pretty cool stuff
     
  3. As for rock Ozzy osbourne or YES
     
  4. mystical_shroom

    mystical_shroom acerbic

    Reggae you should listen to some...
    ~Burning Spear
    ~Toots and the Maytals
    ~ Capleton
    ~Peter Tosh
    ~Bunny Wailer
    ~Jimmy Cliff
    ~Augustus Pablo
    ~King Tubby
    ~Desmond Dekker
     
  5. Varuna

    Varuna Senior Member

    These are the best reggae albums I own (in no particular order) that are not by Bob Marley.

    Handsworth Revolution by Steel Pulse
    Tribute to the Martyrs by Steel Pulse
    Caught You/Reggae Fever by Steel Pulse
    Earth Crisis by Steel Pulse
    True Democracy by Steel Pulse

    Satta Massagana by The Abbysinians

    Two Sevens Clash by Culture

    Blackheart Man by Bunny Wailer

    Apartheid Is Nazism by Alpha Blondy
    Jerusalem by Alpha Blondy
    Masada by Alpha Blondy

    Heart Of The Congos by The Congos

    Third World by Third World
    96° in the Shade by Third World
    Journey to Addis by Third World

    Legalize It by Peter Tosh
    Equal Rights by Peter Tosh
    Mystic Man by Peter Tosh
    Bush Doctor by Peter Tosh
    Mama Africa by Peter Tosh
     
  6. localhippy

    localhippy Senior Member

    Groundation, simple as that
     
  7. Jesus the Jedi

    Jesus the Jedi Senior Member

    your looking for ska. ska came before reggae and punk. it went through 3 waves, the 50s, 80s, and 90s.

    first wave - bob marleys early stuff, burning spear, skatalites, desmond dekker
    second wave - specials, slackers, toasters, untouchables
    third wave (more likely to like this one) - streetlight manifesto, mustard plug, catch 22, pilfers, slackers, long beach dub allstars

    noFX is NOT ska. thought so long and thanks for the shoes did have a little ska inspiration in it.
     
  8. junkhead

    junkhead Member

    lol
    nofx
     
  9. Trogan Records have lots of CD compilations that are good.

    They have a skinhead Reggae double CD box thing that is quite good.

    and heaps of others
     
  10. The Long Beach All-stars are pretty good reaggae band almost like Sublime
     
  11. StillBlind

    StillBlind Member

    Damian Marley has come out with a new song called Welcome To Jamrock. Its the best song he has ever did so check that out.
     
  12. Glass0nion

    Glass0nion Member

    Pepper and Slightly Stoopid are easily the two best reggae/rock bands out there.
    Easy Star All-Stars' Dub side of the moon is a really good pink floyd reggae cover album, you should check that out
     
  13. Lizard King

    Lizard King Member

    Try this: Sumo.
     
  14. Anjee

    Anjee Member

    ska? try the busters. best ever.
     
  15. Jesus the Jedi

    Jesus the Jedi Senior Member

    thats because they are sublime without the singer.
     
  16. deadonceagain

    deadonceagain mankind is a plague

    bad brains,i cant belvive some one didnt mention them
     
  17. Check out Ziggy Marley, Peter Tosh, and (contrary to the opinion of people on this site) Sublime (if you havn't already).
     
  18. goofydrummer

    goofydrummer Senior Member

    hell yea, definitely lsiten to augustud pablo, king tubby and desmond dekker.
     
  19. Julian Marley!!! the lesser known son of Bob, very creative
     
  20. If you looking for Reggae/Rock you should check out O.A.R. Theyre not reggae in traditional sense but they have a good reggae feel to a lot of their songs.
     

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